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By William Gwaltney, Illustrated by Zachary Meyer
What really happened in Barry Whitestone’s field on July 7, 1947?
By Zoe Kayton, Illustrated by Sage Asakawa
It’s Halloween, and Cammie is a shimmering butterfly
By Gertrude Suokko, Illustrated by the author
Maybe life with Aunt Helga won’t be so bad after all
By Emmy J. X. Wong, Illustrated by Frances Chan
Yeh-Yeh helps Emily feel proud of her Chinese heritage
By Catherine Babikian, Illustrated by Grace Lackey
Amy can’t bear the thought of losing her mother
By Kaylyn Kavi, Illustrated by Sora Nithikasem
A dull day turns exciting when Kaylyn rides the Ferris wheel
By Eleanor Holton, Illustrated by Daria Lugina
Life is hard in 1840s Ireland; will the family make it to America?
By Aja Corliss, Illustrated by Gwyneth Welch
Win or lose, Aja dances for the pure joy of it
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